A guided motorcycle ride through the Nevada desert and some of America’s most beautiful sights will be held on Saturday, April 9, after the close of the ISC-West show in Las Vegas to benefit the education grant fund of the Security Industry Association (SIA). The Second Annual Ride for Education will cost $30 plus the price of renting a motorcycle. The ride is scheduled to leave Las Vegas’ Harley Davidson at 9 a.m. Saturday.

A catered lunch by Smokin’ Sam’s is included. The first 50 registrants will receive a 2005 SIA Ride for Education T-shirt. After the ride, participants can enjoy dinner at the Harley-Davidson Café (dinner is not included in the registration fee), where the annual “Diesel Award” will be presented. SIA also will conduct a raffle throughout the ride for Harley-Davidson merchandise.

“We are very excited to host the second Ride for Education,” said Richard Chace, SIA Executive Director. “The success of the first ride exemplified the industry’s commitment to education. We had more than a dozen riders in 2004. We are hoping to surpass that attendance this year.”

This year’s sponsors include ADI, GE Security, The Systems Depot and Tri-Ed Security Distribution. Additional sponsorships are available.

For more information, or to register, contact Jay Hanger, SIA Director of Education and Technical Services at jhanger@siaonline.org, or visit the Web site, www.SecurityLearningNetwork.com.